Best Fresno podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Listen to previous sermons from North Fresno Church
 
Welcome to the Fresno Chamber of Commerce podcast. This bi-monthly podcast will be updating you about all things Fresno Chamber, from our involvement in to the area to our local business community. The Fresno Chamber promotes business and enhances the economic and cultural well-being of the people of Fresno County. http://www.fresnochamber.com/
 
The Pacifica Evening News is a collaboration of KPFA and KPFK in Los Angeles and KFCF in Fresno. The hour-long newscast airs on all three stations each weeknight at 6:00 PM. KPFA News broadcasts news headlines throughout the day at 5:55, 7:00, 7:30, 8:00, 10:00, 12:00 and 4:00. Comprehensive coverage of the day’s news with a focus on war and peace; social, environmental and economic justice.
 
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Red Wave Report
Monthly
 
ALL THE FOOTBALL NEWS, GAME SCORES, AND PLAYER UPDATES YOU NEED FOR FRESNO STATE!
 
We generally teach directly from Scripture in an expositional style. This feed is an archive of past sermons in audio format.
 
Fresno's Chicano Ceejay Leonzo brings friends to the podcast to share some stories, laughs in the comedy life.
 
Luke Thomas is the Senior Editor at MMA Fighting and SB Nation as well as host of SiriusXM's 'The Luke Thomas Show'. His two podcasts, the Monday Morning Analyst and the Promotional Malpractice Live Chat, appear on this feed.Watch it live on MMA Fighting (www.mmafighting.com) every Wednesday at 1 p.m. ET.
 
My Dad had me in radio production rooms starting at age ten, so being on-air has always come natural to me. I've been a music DJ all over the U.S. including Phoenix, Denver, Kansas City, San Jose and Buffalo. I even ran some of the top Billboard artists as a record rep with Sony Music, but I realized being on the radio as a talk show host is what I was created to do. Conservatives, liberals, atheists, vegetarians, vegans, gay, straight, sideways; even Giant fans, born and raised as a Dodgers ...
 
A lapsed quasi-satanist, a self-proclaimed science buff (with only a GCSE grade B in Physics) and a drug-addled lunatic attempt to navigate the irradiated wastelands and dung-hills of ignorance that is the Post-Truth Apocalypse. A smorgasbord of colourful language, drunken ramblings and the occasional "fact". Fact. Hosted by Ben, Gaz and Mike. Warning #explicit content!https://www.facebook.com/cuttingthroughthebull cuttingthroughthebull@yahoo.com https://soundcloud.com/cuttingthroughthebullp ...
 
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Mostly will be Will playing with microphones
 
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Trill Spill
Monthly
 
Black, white, democrat, republican...what happens when you get individuals with differing views from one of America's liberal bastions to discuss economics, politics, and race?
 
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Pick 6 Sports Show
Weekly
 
In-depth analysis & Quality insight that covers College Football, NBA & NFL
 
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Combat and Comedy
Daily+
 
This is a weekly podcast on combat sports (MMA, BJJ, kickboxing, boxing), comedy podcasts, new entertainment mediums (streaming, social media, etc). Basically, this podcast is for the people trying to get away from traditional media who have eclectic interests.
 
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Callers share with Trevor their views on the problem of homelessness and panhandling in the city of Fresno and across California.
 
Fresno City Councilman Garry Bredefeld explains why he voted "no" on the anti-panhandling ordinance at last night's meeting, saying Chief Jerry Dyer's testimony was a big reason why he rejected Councilman Steve Brandau's proposal.
 
Trevor Carey talks with concerned citizen and former Terance Frazier business partner Sammy Franco about the city of Fresno's audit into the financials of Frazier, Congressman T.J. Cox, and their company that operates Granite Park.
 
After last week's mass shooting at the New Zealand mosque, the government of New Zealand passes major gun control measures, including banning all semi-automatics.
 
The Fresno City Council rejects Council Member Brandau's proposal to fine drivers for giving money, food, and/or objects to panhandlers at major intersections. Trevor explains why the City Council should have passed the ordinance.
 
Robert Mueller delivers his report of the Russian interference into the 2016 election to Attorney General William Barr. Was there or was there not collusion? Will the report be made public?
 
The Fresno City Council is divided over Council Member Steve Brandau's proposal that would fine drivers for giving money to panhandlers at major intersections.
 
Fresno County Supervisor Nathan Magsig joins Trevor Carey in-studio to discuss new election and ballot changes taking effect in 2020.
 
Callers agree and disagree with Trevor over the Fresno City Council ordinance proposal that would put an end to panhandling at major city intersections and high traffic areas.
 
Council Members plus a capacity crowd of Fresno residents at City Hall debate Steve Brandau's ordinance proposal that would fine drivers for giving money or objects to panhandlers at major intersections in the city.
 
The Fresno City Council voted down an ordinance Thursday that would have fined people in their cars attempting to give money or food to those standing at busy intersections. The proposal in question is called the Safe Transfer of Objects to Pedestrians, or STOP, and was authored by Council President Steve Brandau. Frustrations over the city’s a ...…
 
Comprehensive coverage of the day’s news with a focus on war and peace; social, environmental and economic justice.
 
Comprehensive coverage of the day’s news with a focus on war and peace; social, environmental and economic justice.
 
Fresno City Councilman Steve Brandau details his ordinance "STOP," the Safe Transfer of Objects to Pedestrians proposal. Councilman Brandau explains how the ordinance is designed to increases public safety at busy intersections, and that panhandling will technically still be legal in Fresno.
 
Is California really going to start taxing drinking water? Trevor breaks down the latest Democratic proposal and chats with PLF Attorney Tim Snowball about the issue.
 
Trevor Carey interviews California State Sen. Andreas Borgeas (R-Fresno) for a conversation on a possible California water wax, Gov. Newsom's moratorium on the death penalty, and Gavin's Law proposal to close the hit-and-run loopholes.
 
Trevor Carey shares his views on a new Fresno City Council ordinance proposal that would fine drivers and/or passengers who give money, food, or other objects to panhandlers at intersections. Trevor hopes this new ordinance can put an end to panhandling in Fresno.
 
Today on Young Artists Spotlight we feature the Central Unified Guitars, under the direction of Brian Garcia. Listen to these 23 talented young performers.By JMoore@kvpr.org (Joe Moore).
 
Comprehensive coverage of the day’s news with a focus on war and peace; social, environmental and economic justice.
 
After months of speculation as to whether The Mesa Verde Detention Facility in Bakersfield would shutter, Immigrations and Customs Enforcement say it will stay open for at least another year. ICE is directl y contracting with the company that owns Mesa Verde, the GEO Group, to operate the facility, according to documents submitted to the Federa ...…
 
“Fish vs farms”: It’s the perennial tug-of-war for water between environmentalists, who want to see stable ecosystems in the Sacramento-San-Joaquin River Delta, and farmers, who feel slighted that they need to fight with endangered fish in order to irrigate their fields. Now, that fight is playing out in Washington, DC, where the Trump administ ...…
 
Trevor Carey breaks down Congressman Devin Nunes' $250 million lawsuit of Twitter over political censorship, and interviews cyber/technology analyst Michael Daugherty on the chances of the lawsuit in court.
 
March is Women’s History Month, and here at Valley Public Radio, we wanted to spend a part of it talking to women who are young leaders here in the Central Valley. We spoke with Yasmin Mendoza, organizer of the Fresno Chapter of March for Our Lives and a community organizer with the Dolores Huerta Foundation; Alexandria Ramos-O’Casey, who most ...…
 
Retired U.S. Marine Colonel, and Chairman of Trump PAC "America is Winning Again," Greg Raths joins The Trevor Carey Show to preview the 2020 election effort in California and the nation.
 
Why aren't more illegal immigrants being deported? Trevor examines that story, and chats with Asm. Jim Patterson (R-Fresno) about today's committee hearing over the Gavin's Law bill that closes the hit-and-run driver loophole.
 
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Tulare) files a $250 million lawsuit against Twitter over the social media company shadow banning conservative voices and spreading fake news.
 
A new police transparency law, SB1421, requires police departments to make public internal investigation records regarding officer misconduct and use of force. Now more than 30 news agencies statewide, including Valley Public Radio, are collaborating to request and report on these records. I spoke with Alex Emslie, a criminal justice reporter a ...…
 
On this week’s Valley Edition: More than half of California’s olive groves are right here in the San Joaquin Valley. But Tulare County growers say that with a major olive cannery set to buy more Spanish olives, the future for olive production looks grim. Plus, it’s Women’s History Month. We sat down with three young, dynamic leaders to ask abou ...…
 
Comprehensive coverage of the day’s news with a focus on war and peace; social, environmental and economic justice.
 
More than half of California’s olive groves are right here in the San Joaquin Valley. But Tulare County growers say that with a major olive cannery set to buy more Spanish olives, the future for olive production looks grim. We talked to grower Jim Simons from his olive grove near Visalia. He and other farmers are scrambling to figure out what t ...…
 
Listen as the Fresno Chamber's President & CEO Nathan Ahle and Fresno County Supervisor-Elect and current Fresno City Councilman Steve Brandau discuss his time with the City, his campaign for Supervisor, and looking ahead to his career with the County of Fresno.
 
Trevor lists recent stories and statistics that the mainstream media ignores whenever Christians are being targeted or killed for their religious beliefs around the world.
 
Trevor Carey dissects Don Lemon's last show, where the CNN host tried to paint President Trump as sympathetic to neo-Nazi's and White nationalists, in light of the New Zealand shooting, and Charlottesville two years ago. Trevor plays the real audio of the President condemning neo-Nazi's and White nationalists.…
 
While the New Zealand mosque mass shooting received national headlines over the weekend, where was the media coverage of 23 Christians who were killed by Muslim extremists in Nigeria?
 
Comprehensive coverage of the day’s news with a focus on war and peace; social, environmental and economic justice.
 
Despite the horrific mass shooting at a New Zealand mosque that killed 49 people, Trevor details how already Democrats and the mainstream media blame the President and say "thoughts and prayers" are not enough.
 
President Trump issues his first presidential veto, going against the Congressional resolution that opposed his national emergency declaration on the border crisis. Plus, California State Sen. John Moorlach joins Trevor Carey to discuss his bill proposal that would give localities the power to control needle exchange programs in their cities or ...…
 
49 people are killed and 40 wounded after a terrorist opens fire at a New Zealand mosque, the biggest massacre in that country history
 
Comprehensive coverage of the day’s news with a focus on war and peace; social, environmental and economic justice.
 
Trevor shares his thoughts on the Gavin's Law proposal regarding hit-and-run fatalities, and talks about another illegal immigrant killer in California that was deported and released again.
 
California Assemblyman Jim Patterson (R-Fresno) and Rita Gladding, mother of hit-and-run victim Gavin Gladding, are in-studio with Trevor to discuss the proposed Gavin's Law, which would close the loophole in hit-and-runs regarding suspects fleeing the scene of the crime.
 
Happy National Ag Day! Trevor Carey talks all things agriculture with Fresno County Farm Bureau Executive Director Ryan Jacobsen.
 
Trevor Carey interviews Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims about the recent announcement from Governor Newsom suspending the death penalty, and the arrest of another illegal immigrant who was previously deported and killed a San Jose woman.
 
From an illegal immigrant gangster killing a woman in San Jose, to Gov. Newsom suspending the death penalty in California, Trevor explains how the Golden State is a great state to be a criminal.
 
Comprehensive coverage of the day’s news with a focus on war and peace; social, environmental and economic justice.
 
Governor Gavin Newsom puts a halt to California's death penalty. Trevor explains why that's a bad thing and how Newsom went against the wish of the voters.
 
A major scandal rocks college admissions and athletics as the FBI uncovers a scheme where parents and coaches bribed university officials to admit their children into college. Two of the criminal suspects include actresses Lori Loughlin from Full House and Felicity Huffman of Desperate Housewives.
 
California Governor Gavin Newsom signs an executive order that temporarily halts the state's death penalty program. 737 inmates remain on death row. Trevor and callers share their frustration on the Governor going against the will of the voters.
 
On this week's Young Artists Spotlight, we hear a performance from students from the Bakersfield Youth Symphony.By JMoore@kvpr.org (Joe Moore).
 
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